The BA in Social Justice Studies helps prepare students in theories and practice of community engagement and social change. During their academic careers, SJUS students take courses from up to eleven departments within an interdisciplinary menu, network with nonprofit and advocacy leaders, perform community service, and complete an advanced practicum experience. During their first course, Introduction to Social Justice, they compile Personal Manifestos as a way of processing introductory material and setting a course for potential future work.
For more information about the Social Justice Studies Program, contact the Social Justice Coordinator, Dr. Myra Houser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions from 2018
What is Social Justice?, Maddie Bailey
Thoughts on Social Justice: A Personal Manifesto, Grace Howell
Submissions from 2017
What is Social Justice: My Explanation of Social Justice, Bailey Alexander
What is Social Justice?, Kat Allen
What is Social Justice?: A Personal Manifesto, Jaime Bunting
What is Social Justice?, Ben Cockrell
What is Social Justice?: A Personal Manifesto, Logan Turner
My Treaties on Social Justice, Stephanie Weatherford
Submissions from 2016
A Personal Manifesto: What is Justice?, Kacy Earnest Spears
Social Justice: Nobody Knows, Davis Wadley